Moving and relocating is a part of military life. Sometimes it might seem fun but at other times you simply don’t want to move! When you get a PCS to Fort Bragg, we advise you to use your permissive leave which is up to 10 days to hunt a home here.
On-base housing in Fort Bragg is privatized and it is maintained and managed by Corvias military living. These communities are elegantly designed and chances are you can get exactly the place you want if you inform the relocation assistance office beforehand.
Features And Amenities
Schools In The Area
All of these schools are located on base, providing excellent educational opportunities.
Gas And Electric Utilities
Gas and electric utility bills are all included in your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH). Corvias military housing management believes in conserving energy o the maximum. You will see many energy saving electrical appliances once you move in.
Living off-base is exciting for military personnel; there are a number of apartments and houses available for purchase or rent in cities around Fort Bragg. Off-base life gives you an opportunity to adopt a lifestyle which you prefer and you have access to a lot of entertaining, fun options for you and your family.
Fayetteville, NC (20 miles from Fort Bragg)
Pinehurst, NC (22 miles from Fort Bragg)
Spring Lake, NC (3 miles from Fort Bragg)
Hope Mills, NC (20 miles from Fort Bragg)
Southern Pines, NC (15 miles from Fort Bragg)
Raeford, NC (14 miles from Fort Bragg)
Living in these areas would give you access to entertaining places like, Richard Petty Museum, Clark Park Nature Center, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum, Crown Coliseum and the Cross Creek Mall. You also have access to hotel like the Carolina and the Manor. All these exciting places help make your off-base life even interesting and fun. Your family also gets a good opportunity to interact with local citizens rather than military personnel. There are a large number of schools and colleges as well in these cities; this means you won’t have any problems choosing the school you think is best for your children.
Before acting upon your PCS order, you should first decide whether you want to go for on-base or off-base housing. Choosing this might be difficult with clear benefits on both the sides. Choose wisely and stick to your plan! Best of luck!
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